0.015. The first number after the decimal point is tenths, the second is hundredths, the third is thousandths.
.48; the first number behind the decimal point is tenths, the next is hundredths, if there was a third number it would be in the thousandths place, ten thousandths, etc . (decimal point, 4 (tenths place, 8 is in the hundredths place = .48
decimal places go .1(tenths) .01(hundredths), and .001(thousandths) and there are 10 thousandths in a hundredth and 10 hundredths in a tenth .9 is 9 tenths which is 90 hundredths or 900 thousandths but normally you would just say "nine tenths"
3.04 written in words would be, three and four hundredths. One decimal place is tenths, two is hundredths, three would be thousandths.
The billionths place would be where the underscore is. 0.0000_ The order after the decimal is tenths, hundredths, thousandths, millionths, billionths.
If you wanted to write 5 thousandths, that would be: 0.005 The first zero after the decimal (.) is the tenths place, the second the hundredths place, and the third the thousandths place.
6.00021 The first decimal place is tenths, then hundredths, thousandths, ten-thousandths, hundred-thousandths, etc. 21 hundred-thousandths must end in the hundred-thousandths place.
4.51 write in words is four and fifty one hundredths. One decimal place is tenths, two is hundredths three would have been thousandths.
0.0002 tenths, hundredths , thousandths and ten thousandths. or, 2 X 10^-4
You take the place vlaues accordingly: first there are the tenths, then the hundredths, then thousandths, ten thousandths, so on. For example, 0.1 would be 1 tenth. 0.01 would be one hundreth, 0.001 would be one thousandth, and so on. Each zero marks a decimal place. Therefore, fifty-five hundredths would be written as 0.55.
The first position to the right of the decimal point measures tenths, the second position measures hundredths and the third position measures thousandths. 1 thousandth is therefore 0.001 50 thousandths is 0.050 Note : 50 thousandths is equivalent to 5 hundredths so the decimal number could then be written as 0.50. In terms of value they are the same. In terms of what the number tells you, they are obviously different.
first you need to remember your decimal placements. To the right of your decimal you have Tenths, Hundredths, Thousandths, Ten Thousandths... and so on.. If you have .065 the 5 being in the third placement it would put it thousandths... so your fraction would read 65/1000. ~ .678276 would be 678276/ 1000000
It is 0.246It is 0.246
0.3 would be 3 tenths0.03 would be 3 hundredths0.003 would be 3 thousandths
The order of the decimal places, after the decimal point are:tenths-->hundredths-->thousandths and so on (increasing by 10 each time).In this number there is an 8 in the tenths place, a 4 in the hundredths place, and a 3 in the thousandths place.However, to get the answer you must put this all together, using all of the number up to the place you desire. In this case you have 843 thousandths. If you were to add 157 thousands, you would have 2196.0
0.02 is 2 hundredths 0.002 is 2 thousandths together they would be 0.022 :)
The table of values goes like this: Tens|One|Decimal|Tenths|Hundredths|Thousandths|Ten Thousandths| etc. Therefore the second 9 in 22.9999 is in the hundredths value. You would have to round up. This rounding up of numbers would cause a chain reaction. . The final answer is 23.00
0.16 The first column after the decimal point is "tenths" - so 0.2 would be two tenths. The second column is "hundredths" - so 0.15 would be 15 hundredths.
0.13 = 13 hundredths 0.013 = 13 thousandths
2.044 ^ tenths ^ hundredths ^ thousandths ANSWER : 2.004 and if you would need it in fraction is it 511/250 and as a proper fraction is 2 (11/250)
To help understand decimals I'll give you a little chart. (wherever the one is placed is the name of the decimal): 0.1 = tenths 0.01 = hundredths 0.001 = thousandths 0.0001 = ten thousandths 0.00001 = hundred thousandths So six hundred thousandths would be 0.00006
the digit after the decimal is the tenTHS place, the second digit is the hundredths and so on. Hence, 2.19 would be pronounced as two and nineteen hundredths
No, i would round it to the hundredths place = 0.56
The first position after the decimal point measures tenths, the second position measures hundredths and the third position measures thousandths. So, 0.008 = 8/1000
0.3 is three tenths, or: thirty hundredths, three hundred thousandths (not to be confused with three hundred-thousandths, 0.00003), three thousand ten-thousandths, etc.